Greenview is sponsoring two individuals to attend the Alberta Beef Industry Conference 2018! To view the eligibility requirements, please click on the poster below. If you would like to submit a form, please print the form, fill it out and return it to the Agriculture Services Department by January 23, 2018. We look forward to your submissions! Eligibility Requirements and Submission Form
Greenview is sponsoring two individuals to attend FarmTech 2018! To view the eligibility requirements, please click on the poster below. If you would like to submit a form, please print the form, fill it out and return it to the Agriculture Services Department by January 8, 2018. We look forward to your submissions! Eligibility Requirements and Submission Form
For more information on crop diseases, please follow the link.
Predator Calling Workshop Friday, December 15,2017 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM Valleyview Gun Range What is this about?
- A presentation on how farmers, hunters and neighbours can work together to manage predation of livestock
- Understanding coyotes, wolves and cougars
- Habits and methods of successful and constant predator hunters
- Firearms session at the range (bring your firearms, ammo, etc. to use at the range)
- Tools and preparation
- Coyote and wolf management and regulation
- The value and importance of patience and respect for predators
- Lunch, refreshments and a predator call included
- Door prize draw
- $30.00 per person
- Only room for 20 participants
- Registration closes on December 08, 2017
- Agriculture Appeal Committee
- Cemetery Committee for Grovedale
- Cemetery Committee for New Fish Creek
Are you interested in a shelterbelt or would like more information on them? Follow the link below! http://www.prairieshelterbeltprogram.ca/
Clubroot Disease of Canola—Information Update Clubroot Infection and SpreadRecently, confirmation of clubroot symptoms were found in multiple fields in Big Lakes County and M.D of Greenview in commercial canola fields. What this means is that growers within the MD of Greenview need to be vigilant with their scouting program and have in place a management strategy for this disease. Effectively managing any plant disease requires an understanding of how it survives within fields and the conditions that allow the population to increase and spread. For more information on this topic, please click on the link provided. Additional questions can be forwarded to Quentin Bochar, Manager Agriculture Services at 780-524-7615. Clubroot Information Update Document
Greenview and Transcanada would like to remind everyone working in the vicinity of pipelines to take extra caution and to get the appropriate agreements and approvals in place before commencing work. Brushing and ditching poses a significant risk to pipelines as it removes topsoil. Brushing equipment is also a potential risk to pipelines due to the substantial weight. Extending from either side of the pipeline centerline is a space, formerly known as a safety zone, called the prescribed area. Within this zone excavation using mechanical equipment requires approval which can be arranged by contacting Transcanada. For further information on working in the vicinity of pipelines visit albertaonecall.com, Download the Dig Info AB app or call 1.800.242.3447.